Oppo Find X3 Pro will have a 3MP macro camera with 25x zoom

Oppo is rumoured to launch the Find X3 series sometime in March this year.

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Oppo Find X3 Pro, the subsequent flagship from the Chinese company which will go against the Galaxy S21 Ultra and perhaps the OnePlus 9, is going to be a big leap in mobile photography. While Oppo is yet to point out this achievement — which I feel will happen only on the day of launch, the newest renders showing the insides of the camera system on Find X3 Pro provide a strong hint of the improvements in phone cameras are going to be worthwhile. it’s not surprising to understand the Find X3 Pro will appeal to mobile photographers because it’s Oppo we are talking about. Oppo has been one of the leading tech brands when it involves innovation in mobile photography and Find X3 Pro will just be another testimony.

Oppo Find X3 Pro set to take mobile photography to next level

Renowned tipster Evan Blass has shared some live images of the Find X3 Pro that give, by far, the clearest check out the cameras of the phone. But tagging along these renders is that the camera design that breaks down how well the camera system on the Find X3 Pro goes to figure. The camera system on the Find X3 Pro is filled with crucial components that will enhance photography. Blass has said (via Voice), Oppo calls this module the “crater” design internally, hoping there’ll be a “significant technical achievement”. the most camera is going to be a 50MP Sony IMX766 flagship sensor on which Oppo closely worked with Sony, alongside an ultrawide camera. But the most important attraction is going to be the flash-ringed 3MP macro lens.

The smartphone will come with a 50MP Sony sensor in the main camera

Oppo Find X3 Pro will improve macro photography to an A level that’s currently rare in smartphones. Blass has said the macro lens will offer 25x zoom levels, making it an on-device microscope. If you’re not curious about photography, this won’t interest you much because all the photography you’re getting to do is using the most camera. But if you’re adventurous or wish to experiment with cameras, the 25x zoom is phenomenal. Macro photography on phones is maturing slowly, albeit it’s still a flowery thing to possess on phones to flaunt with less utility. Oppo’s stout efforts towards bringing highly capable cameras are appreciable, albeit it might not help many due to the niche interests. there’ll even be a 13MP telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom that’s equivalent because of the one on the Find X2 Pro.

Further, Blass has said the Oppo Find X3 lineup will contain a Find X3 Neo and a Find X3 Lite, very similar to how the Find X2 series had it. Rumors suggest these two phones are going to be rebranded versions of two smartphones from the Reno 5 series that are available in China. Oppo has not said anything if it’ll launch these variants but there’s an honest chance these phones will exist.

The Oppo Find X3 series will have Neo and Lite variants

Previously, Oppo confirmed the Find X3 Pro will accompany the 10-bit color format for its hardware components, retaining the DCI-P3 color gamut within the transfer. The smartphone’s camera, storage, and display components will retain the color throughout the info transfer process. The smartphone is additionally said to return with a 6.7-inch curved OLED display with a 1440×3216-pixel resolution. The display will support a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate also. The smartphone is going to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset including 12GB of RAM. The phone will have a 4500mAh battery inside with 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 fast charging technology for wired charging and 30W VOOC Air wireless charging. The smartphone is going to be available in black, white, and blue colorways.

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